On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, Jan Wieck wrote:
> First of all, 6.5.* didn't had the FOREIGN KEY implementation
> your 7.0 message is coming from. It's completely new stuff.
Yes, you're right, sorry. I used the contrib/spi/refint* stuff in 6.5.2.
> Second, since an ERROR is correctly reported (violating a RI
> constraint is an ERROR and I cannot see any extra \n there),
> the bug seems to be in the ODBC or BDE part, not looking at
> the return code but trying to interpret the textual error
Checking the ODBC source, I found two places in interfaces/odbc/info.c
with check_foreign_key and check_primary_key functions. They are the
names of the refint check functions in the "contrib" solution in 6.5.*
These places are queries which should be changed a bit, I think. Are these
changes enough to make it work, Byron?
Thank you again.
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